Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Fears, Therapy Staffing Agency Vows to Help U.S. Schools Prepare for Move to Online Learning

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As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises schools to plan and prepare for the possibility of community-level COVID-19 outbreaks, online learning (also referred to as “telepractice” or “virtual learning”) is receiving serious consideration as a tool for minimizing the spread of this illness.

For many K-12 school districts, the task of preparing for a shift from in-person learning to virtual learning can be overwhelming. But with accountability to provide a minimum of 170-180 instructional days per year, schools must find a way to follow the CDC’s recommendation.

Recognizing the opportunity to make a positive impact, Therapy Source, Inc., a nationwide provider of both in-person and online staffing solutions for schools since 2001, is offering its telepractice expertise and services to school districts in need of professional guidance on how to plan for this monumental change.

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